The Wall Street Technology Association (WSTA) is Hosting a Virtual Seminar and Panel on “Cybersecurity and Zero Trust Network Security” for Financial Technology Professionals

The Wall Street Technology Association (WSTA®), a nonprofit organization that provides a forum for financial technology and business professionals to learn and connect with each other, will host a virtual seminar and panel discussion on “Zero Trust Cybersecurity and Network Security” on January 27, 2022.

NEW YORK, January 20, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — The Wall Street Technology Association (WSTA®), a nonprofit organization that provides financial technology and business professionals with a forum to learn and connect with each other, will host a virtual seminar and a panel discussion on “Cybersecurity and Zero Trust Network Security” on January 27, 2022.

Speakers at this event include Keynote and Panel Moderator: John Burque, CTO, Nemertes; Presenting Panel Sponsor: Palo Alto Networks; Panel Patrons and Sponsors: Banyan Security, Cohesity, Cybereason, Infoblox, Lookout, Okta, Verizon Business and Survey Sponsor: Uptycs. For more information visit:

“No, we don’t say ‘Don’t trust anyone!’ and no one here will try to sell you zero trust in a box,” notes John Burque, CTO, Nemertes. “But zero trust encompasses major security paradigm shifts that financial services companies must embrace, and they must quickly implement their plans to achieve zero trust. Join us to hear from industry leaders and major security vendors on what to aim for and, most importantly, how to get started.”

description of the event

The perimeter is dead; long live the identity, the new perimeter! Now that NIST and others have standardized on zero-trust architecture and software-defined perimeter (SDP) enterprises enable zero-trust network access (ZTNA), financial services companies must rethink their architectures, operations, governance and cybersecurity and infrastructure processes. .

This session looks at the impact of zero trust and covers key technologies and capabilities, as well as organizational and operational changes driven by the new cybersecurity model. Attendees and viewers will leave with a deep understanding of this emerging cybersecurity paradigm.

About the Wall Street Technology Association (WSTA)

The WSTA hosts virtual and in-person educational and networking events where members meet and exchange ideas and best practices that help them effectively leverage technological advancements in areas such as cybersecurity, analytics, artificial intelligence (AI), mobility, wireless, machine learning. (ML), Data, Cloud, Blockchain, Digital, Architecture, etc. and meet the business challenges of the financial industry. Founded in 1967, the WSTA is a not-for-profit association with a long history of evolving to meet the needs of its members.

The WSTA organizes seminars, panel discussions, panel discussions and social events. These events provide many opportunities to learn about cutting-edge technologies, as well as to network and share information with industry colleagues. WSTA TechTrends provides additional educational content and information about WSTA and industry-related activities. The website is a dynamic resource providing access to additional resources including webinars, white papers, videos and information on other industry events.

About Nemertes

Nemertes is a global research-based consultancy and advisory firm that analyzes the business value of emerging technologies. Since 2002, we have provided strategic recommendations based on data-driven operational and business metrics to help organizations deliver successful technology transformation to employees and customers. Simply put: the best data from Nemertes helps customers make better decisions.

Media Contact

Joann CooperWall Street Technology Association (WSTA), 732-530-8808, [email protected]


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